What is a normal rate for home owner's insurance?

Answer Typical premiums for homeowner's insurance are around $250 for every $100,000 of your home's value. Exact amounts can vary, depending on the deductible or discounts.Source:E. F. Moody: Homeowner's ... Read More »

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Is hazard insurance covered under most master or blanket home owners association insurance policies?

Since every owners association is different: every condominium or homeowners property is different from any other, the master insurance policy coverage is tailored to each individual property.As we... Read More »

What is difference between home owners insurance and rental property insurance?

Other than home owners insurance covering your primary residence where you live and rental property insurance covering a home that you rent to others there are a few differences in types of coverag... Read More »

Can I recover costs from home owners insurance or any other methods of recovering if renters committed suicide in your home?

Are fines imposed upon home owners for rules violation legal and collectible in a home owners association?

If the violations and fines are set forth in the associations's covenants and bylaws, yes, they are.